Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse, Dunsborough

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Looking out over Geographe Bay, Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse has the appearance of a quaint, watchful stone sentinel. Constructed from local limestone, the picturesque lighthouse offers vistas of the ocean, the coastlineā€™s charming beaches, and the walking trails that snake around the promontory on which the building sits. At its highest point, Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse is 123 m (404 ft) above sea level. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Cape Naturaliste Lighthouse by using our Cape Naturaliste itinerary planner.
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  • We stayed at the Pullman At bunkers bay .. the lighthouse was just around the corner. Well worth a visit. The view was stunning. The history was fascinating. Made in Birmingham UK and shipped over. Ma...  more »
  • We paid for the full tour here, and it was well worth it. The guide was very helpful and engaged with all of us, children and adults, wonderfully. 
  • If driving back from MR to Perth or your in Busselton make sure you make the shirt excursion to visit this place. It's free to visit ($1 donation expected). Beautiful little lighthouse overlooking the...  more »
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  • I read the reviews here and took the guided tour. The guide takes you to the top of the lighthouse. We saw some whales from up there. Also spotted the blue wren.
  • We took the 30min tour of the lighthouse. If not for the tour I would not think it would be worth going. There is so much trees and brush in the area, so you will not get a good view form anywhere but the top of the lighthouse. The guide we has wad very engaged and knowledgable.
  • Was a bit confusing trying to find a lookout. Saw wales jumping and large black tiger snake. I would be wary of letting kids run off.
  • It is amazing feeling when you reach the sharp corner of SW WA. There is no left no right; you have to go back. Nice place, good facilities and you can get a guided tour. Small park but enough.
  • There is not much to see if you don't take the tour to the top of the lighthouse. Access to the lighthouse is through gold coin donation, and it is not exactly clear as to where the track to he lighthouse is. Just make sure that if you come here you make the most and go to the top otherwise it's a long way for not much at all